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LONDON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1836.

LONDON, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1836.

not require, and . sonsequently consume, more than sevenths of the quantity 1- and I fully- believe for the mouth 'ale less than that proportion! I should have- stated earlier, not for sour information, Sir Frasicis, but for those who are at least equally interested witk you and
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POOR LAW FOR IRELAND.

POOR LAW FOR IRELAND.

However great may be its ,aggregate wealth, however prosperous its general condition, any state wherein a considerable portion of the population are permanently dependent for support oh , legal or voluntary charity, must necessarily have some unsound principle at work in its con
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
LORD MELBOU- Rl4 GO-NE TO HOUNSLOW.

LORD MELBOU- Rl4 GO-NE TO HOUNSLOW.

LORD MELBOU - Rl4 GO - NE TO HOUNSLOW. The Northamptonshire Conservative meeting, reported in our paper- if Saturday last, ought to be looked upon as of high example ' and cheering en couragemen t t o t h a t cause - which involves the timely salvation of the British empire. The
October 15, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
MR. BEAUMOIVT.

MR. BEAUMOIVT.

The Proces llionstre, as the Parisians not inappropriately denominated the proceeding against the prisoners of Lyons and others charged before the Court of Peers with sedition, has at length terminated. The Court on Friday pronounced judgment on nineteen of those convicted of th
January 27, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
POLICE.

POLICE.

September 20, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
WANTED a Gentlemen accustomed to Newspaper business to assist in the dnties of subediting. He must have facility in cutting

WANTED a Gentlemen accustomed to Newspaper business to assist in the dnties of subediting. He must have facility in cutting

down, or rewriting news articles, and be capable of turning his hand now , and then at a review. He would also be required occasionally to assist in the reading of , the paper. Address X. Y. Rose and Crown, Broad-street City, stating experience and salary expected.
September 20, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
QIGH'r RESTORED.—Nervous Head-Ache cured.—Under the Patronage of his MAJESTY, her ROYAL HIGHNESS the DUCHESS of KENT, and the LORDS of

QIGH'r RESTORED.—Nervous Head-Ache cured.—Under the Patronage of his MAJESTY, her ROYAL HIGHNESS the DUCHESS of KENT, and the LORDS of

the TREASURY. Oculists and Medical Practitioners of the first celebrity have recommended its universal adoption, as being the most healthy restorative, as well to prevent calamities to which those delicate organs the eye and ear are too often subjected. Copies of letteis and lis
September 23, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
REIGN FUNDS.

REIGN FUNDS.

Peruvian Bonds Ditto Account Portuguese 5 par cent 60 Ditto Account Ditto Npw Bonds .. • . 52 3 I/ Ditto Account Ditto, 3 percent Prussian Bonds Run- ian Bonds, 1822 Ditto Account . Ditto Metallic Spanish Bonds Ditto Account Dot° Bonds, 1831, 241 Ditto Account French, 5 per cent
September 23, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
PRICE 1D:

PRICE 1D:

flicted by that tyrant on those who dare, by word or deed, to combat his arbitrary pleasure. Lynch law, under the real democracy of North America, is akin. to M'Hale and O'Connell law, under the hypoiritical and lying sham democracy of Ireland: it is the law of the pike, the rop
January 25, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England
 
O'CONNELL AND REPEAL

O'CONNELL AND REPEAL

As Mr. Daniel O'Connell draws near to London, .every post brings with it proofs and harbingers of the coming pestilence. Peaceful as, but for him, 'would be the country through which he passes, his -way is marked by the ravages of a hostile invader. :He breathes nothing but fero
January 28, 1836 - Daily Politician - London, London, England